Shopper’s 20 silk pyjama set from Kmart stained her bed sheets

The shopper was shocked to discover her “bargain” Kmart silk pajama set stained her sheets – but others claim it was her own fault

  • A woman is in shock after her new pajamas stain her bedsheets
  • The 23-year-old loved the affordable $ 20 satin pajama set from Kmart
  • But when she woke up, she found that her white sheets were stained red from it
  • Others say the problem could have been avoided if she washed them first










A woman is disappointed with her new $ 20 silk pajamas after noticing they left a red stain on her bed sheets.

Eyelash technician Crystal Connors, 23, shot a video showing her new affordable nightwear and appeared to be delighted with her purchase.

“I think I absolutely scored points with my $ 20 Kmart pajamas,” she wrote of the video that shows her dancing in the matching red satin shorts and shirts.

One woman was disappointed with her new $ 20 PJ kit after noticing that it had left a red stain on her sheets

One woman was disappointed with her new $ 20 PJ kit after noticing that it had left a red stain on her sheets

But then the young woman pulled her Doona away, revealing a red spot where she had slept the night before.

“Now I’ve got red ink on my white sheets,” she said.

‘We still love you, Kmart, but would Peter Alexander do this to us?’ she asked in the mail.

People were quick to comment on the video, which went viral and got more than 10,000 likes.

“I can confirm that this did not happen with the Peter Alexander version,” said one woman.

But one woman claimed the more expensive brands stained her beds too.

The woman showed the stain on her bed sheet - she says her new pajamas are to blame

The woman showed the stain on her bed sheet – she says her new pajamas are to blame

The short-sleeved satin pajamas are very popular with retailers - they cost $ 20

The short-sleeved satin pajamas are very popular with retailers – they cost $ 20

“That’s why you have to wash them first,” said one woman.

Others announced that they had taken the cheap red pajamas home too, only to experience the same problem.

But buyers were divided on the subject.

“I have the same pair and they’re great – they didn’t stain my bed or my skin,” said one woman.

Others said the paint should come off the sheets easily and that it is more likely to happen to people who sweat a lot when they sleep.

FEMAIL approached Kmart for a comment.

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